Fw: Re: Quick FAQ for eBay ML Sellers?
billdi at earthlink.net
Fri May 20 15:39:17 EDT 2005
I agree with Mr. Hill. Trying to come up with failsafe online formula that
protects the buyer strikes me as way too difficult. On ebay there's always
the feedback option if one gets burned anyway.
I'm a relative newbie when it comes to this but I have also been
disappointed and pleasantly surprised with the online option already. Even
with the disappointments I never felt totally ripped off or that I overpaid,
it was more that the description was not entirely accurate.
One deal that made me smile last week was an edition of The Trial that came
with two dustjackets, both in nice condition.
The risk/reward aspect of online buying is a kick for me.
----- Original Message -----
From: "JOSEPH HILL" <GOODBOOKS at webtv.net>
To: <modlib at algol.owu.edu>
Sent: Friday, May 20, 2005 11:55 AM
Subject: Re: Re: Quick FAQ for eBay ML Sellers?
> Buying books on line is and always will be a crap shoot,no matter how
> many questions you may ask.or how many photos you may see. I have been
> burnt more times then any fireman. However,I also have come away with
> some sweet dream bargains, that no one else would take a chance with.it
> all equals out.
> This is why buying books on the net makes it one of the best games in
> If you never wish any problems,then stick with stores,where you can see
> the merchandise,or only deal with dealers that you know and trust.
> SPECIALIZE IN MODERN LIBRARY
> FOLIO SOCIETY OF LONDON
> LOEB CLASSICAL LIBRARY
> EVERYMAN'S LIBRARY
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